Employee Demographics

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Frequently Asked Questions

Time worked between the first and the 15th of the month is paid on the 25th of that same month. Time worked between the 16th and the end of the month is paid on the 10th of the following month. If a payday falls on a Saturday, payday will be on the preceding Friday; if a payday falls on Sunday, payday will be on the following Monday.

The work week starts at 12:01 a.m. on Monday and ends on Sunday at midnight.

You may print an Adobe Acrobat file of exempt classifications and salary ranges by selecting the appropriate link under Exempt Employment.

You can request a management review of a classification based on the Management Reclassification Procedure. The form for this procedure may be found here.

Employees can be compensated for additional duties based on Eastern Washington University Policy 401-02 – Additional or Outside Employment.  Click here for additional information.

When a classified employee works overtime and elects to earn compensatory time, the hours worked (rounded up to the nearest ½ hour) are entered by date on the Comp Time Earned 1.5 rate line of the time sheet.  Do not multiply the hours worked by 1.5.  The multiplication happens during the Payroll processes.  Exempt employees do not round up their overtime as it is paid based upon actual time worked.

Jury duty is reported by date on the Civil/Jury Leave line on the time sheet.

Click here for a copy of the procedure for supplying information to an employee and/or union steward.